Looking for an extended tool to rename files ?strip a number of characters from the left/right
Features at a glance:
remove specific character(s)
remove character(s) from position x to position y
remove text fragment before or after a given string, string excluded or included
allow alpha numeric characters or only letters
transform to lowercase
transform to uppercase
replace character(s) from position x to position y by other characters
find text and replace
add photo meta data such as: pixel height, pixel width, creation date, modification date, exposure, colorspace,...
starting from a certain number
prefix or postfix the number
number of digits used
numbering before or after the filename
sort the files before: from A to Z or from Z to A
All renaming options can be stored easily in presets.
Accessible at any time to reuse.
6. Create "c-actions":
"c-actions" are tasks which you can run in Centurion®.
Those actions makes Centurion even more powerful.
With Centurion you are able to set up a flow with automatic renaming capability.
Have a look at our website and convince yourself.
You can run the file renaming in: "Simulation mode" so you can preview the file renaming, before executing for real.
Default, maFileRenamer will not apply file renaming on the original file, therefor maFileRenamer will ask you where to store the renamed files. If you point your destination folder to the original folder, you are able to apply de file renaming on the original files thru the check box: "Allow overwrite".
You are able now to overwrite directrly the file name of the original file.Add: Corrects an issue where a prefix or postfix character was added wrongly if there was no picture meta data available or the "Meta Data" option was not selected.
By default, maFileRenamer apply a file rename on a copy.
We made this feature available thru the check box: "Allow overwrite"
(to avoid as much as possible an overwrite by mistake).
Numbering: Corrects an issue where sorting was not working correctly.
maFileRenamer (com.moon-app.mafilerenamer) is a Mac software application that has been discovered and submitted by users of Software.com.
The latest version that our users have reported running on their systems is maFileRenamer 1.0.3.